MichaelEGR wrote:A) search for IMEI on this site
B) You'll likely have to build in IMEI handling and activation with your server in your own app separate of the market.
C) Consider that folks may have multiple Android devices. User profiles are Google accounts and are shared across devices. A user may potentially have multiple devices so dealing with multiple IMEI values per user is necessary.
MichaelEGR wrote:B) The market doesn't manage activation codes in the manner that you originally described. You will have to create your own system to provide activation directly in your app after it has been purchased. You will also have to deal with the 24 hour return period where users can get their money back.
In this case it may be best to offer a free app on the Android market. Have the users go to your web site and pay for activation and receive a code. User enters code into your app the phones home with IMEI. The user may register up to X (say 5) IMEI codes a year or something like that.
There may be other solutions to this, but nothing as far as I know built into the Android market.
MichaelEGR wrote:Yeah I admit I'm perhaps a little less tolerant to "silliness" after a long coding session, but you got the correct answer already and are simply wasting your time asking it again in different forums. The answer is not going to change and essentially is the same from what I was pointing you towards. Simply read the Android Market documentation. It's a RTFM situation here.
http://www.google.com/support/androidma ... opic=15865
And like I said you already got the answer here and I'm just confirming it.
http://www.google.com/support/forum/p/A ... 989f&hl=en
I assume you are very new to Android... Welcome and good luck making a buck off your app(s).
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